How to Help

  • Learn about SEL on this page and through the SEL links provided by www.casel.org.
  • Fill out the form on the “Interested in Helping?” page. NO DUES and each membership is important legislatively.
  • Arrange a meeting with your school, PTO, teachers, friends and family to discuss SEL as a way of combatting violence and addictions.
  • Learn SEL techniques to use at home. See SEL for Parents button on the top of this page.
  • By encouraging our elected officials to promote, implement and measure results from SEL programming in order to make our streets safe, our schools meaningful and our society more positive.
  • By volunteering to hand-out brochures at the State House, at parent-teacher meetings, at places of worship.